V-day tragedy

April 16, 2013 3:18am CST
To start with, I know it's too late since it's already April yet I just happened to recall that moment as I was surfing the net. Here it is. Last February 14, as everyone all know was the day of hearts and lovers, where couples give each other presents, roses and chocolates. Yeah, that's it, a day of love and it was really evident in our school. Whichever direction i face, each female student has their own flowers, except for me.lol. And because of that, my classmates and friends were wondering why I don't have one since I have a boyfriend. I simply smiled at them and said that it doesn't matter (or does it?). It really made me uncomfortable at that time. What do you think?
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@elitess (5072)
• Ipswich, England
16 Apr 13
Hello dear Kim, It only matters if you let it matter ! Now that we settles the first part, maybe he showed his affection and love for you in a different way, or maybe you (or he) is just not the type to celebrate over commercialized holidays like V-day. To be honest I too liked this holiday and try to do a little something special for it, but I gave up on buying stuff, or flowers because the sellers tend to overprice them (even 2 or 3 times the value) just for that day - so I prefer to do something else then, and get some flowers another time, at regular prices.
@grvdubey11 (1882)
• India
16 Apr 13
Everyday is Valentine's day for those who truly love each other.Giving roses and gifts are just means to express the love,but its not necessary at all if you know that your partner also loves you as much as you love him.Best wishes.